Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire is a project launched in 2018, with only a few churches included at the moment.

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E Roscoe Mullins

Edwin Roscoe Mullins, who was born at 1 Great James Street, Bedford Row, London, on 22 August 1848, studied sculpture at Lambeth School of Art, the Royal Academy Schools, and in the workshop of John Birnie Philip. Between 1866 and 1874 he studied under Professor Wagmuller at Munich, where he shared a studio with Edward Onslow Ford. Mullins was awarded a silver medal at Munich and a bronze medal at Vienna for a group entitled 'Sympathy' exhibited in 1872. He suffered from poor health in the last decade or so of his life which limited his ability to work and died in January 1907 in at Shirley, Walberswick, Suffolk. (VictorianWeb)

 One Church with features by E Roscoe Mullins - Sculptor

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St Mary the Virgin Addington 1897: Monument - J G Hubbard Sculptor was E Roscoe Mullins.
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Historic Churches of Buckinghamshire

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